Translation of straightforward in Spanish:


franco, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌstreɪtˈfɔrwərd//streɪtˈfɔːwəd/


  • 1

    (honest, frank)
    (person) franco
    (person) sin dobleces
    (answer) franco
    • He is very honest, very straightforward, and there are no hidden sides to him.
    • There is a nice sense of menace developing in it, and I like how none of the characters are straightforward.
    • Men are intensely straightforward and logical beings, and they find this confusing.
    • He is the stroppiest and the most straightforward, and the most handsome.
    • They are pretty straightforward with me, they know I can handle whatever it takes.
    • They are honest and straightforward with others and expect the same in return.
    • Kenneth was trying to hint, but Jessica was more straightforward than the rest of them.
    • I found him to be a straightforward, frank, careful and thoroughly honest witness.
    • He is also honest and straightforward in the way he deals with issues.
  • 2

    (answer/question/problem) sencillo
    it seems fairly straightforward parece bastante sencillo
    • there must be a straightforward explanation debe haber una explicación sencilla / simple
    • In the past, having people round for dinner was relatively straightforward.
    • Although the entity theory may seem relatively straightforward, its practical application is not.
    • Dispassionate analysis of American politics is neither easy nor straightforward.
    • Ask them about their ambitions and what you get is honest, straightforward answers.
    • Readers looking for a straightforward narrative of the 1837 epidemic will find this account interesting.
    • I find that his evidence was given in a very thoughtful and straightforward fashion.
    • You would think that this sort of routine operation would be simple and straightforward.
    • If this seems straightforward, even simple, it is no less profound for it.
    • The judge said that she gave her evidence in the most straightforward way and was a totally honest witness.
    • The concept appears straightforward, but the results are surprisingly hypnotic and poetic.
    • Life was easy, straightforward, and if he wanted something done, he just did it.
    • They would have felt easier with a straightforward repayment loan, where each month the debt reduced.
    • Knowing when to stop is not an easy or straightforward matter in ethnography.
    • An afternoon punting on the Cam in the sunshine seems a straightforward enough pleasure.
    • Improvements in cardiac imaging and new biochemical assays have made diagnosis more straightforward.
    • No, still life photography is not easy, even though it sounds straightforward.
    • The routine medical management of these individuals is usually straightforward.
    • What had been agreed was in my view straightforward and understood in exactly the same way by both parties.
    • Musically, it seems fairly straightforward, but it's deceptively hard to pin down.
    • Part of this admirably straightforward narrative was written, but not published, as a study for the commission.